“Carbon management” technologies are dangerous distractions from the need to phase out fossil fuels and transition to truly renewable energy.
The recent electoral victories of Javier Milei in Argentina and Geert Wilders in the Netherlands suggest that the world has not yet reached peak populism.
A new map and report explore the challenges for a green and digital transition.
At Scripps News, Chuck Collins breaks down the true cost of billionaire philanthropy — and how to put charitable donations back in the hands of actual charities.
On Al Jazeera, Phyllis Bennis says it’s not the number of states that’s important — it’s justice for all who live in the region.
Electric air taxis aren’t going to save the world. Really taxing the rich, on the other hand, could.
A quick FAQ on the agreement between Israel and Hamas to release hostages and pause the fighting.
Hwang Sok-Yong’s novel Mater 2-10 chronicles Korean resistance to–and collaboration with–Japanese occupation.
Every year that members of Congress vote for budget boosts to this agency with no strings attached, they choose to spend untold billions on war with no accountability.
How the ultra-wealthy use charitable giving to avoid taxes and exert influence — while ordinary taxpayers foot the bill.
If activists succeed in stopping the Hanscom expansion, it will be the next “shot heard ’round the world” on a warming planet.
A wrong decision in the Moore case could set back tax justice for years.
Our report estimates that the direct taxpayer subsidy for charitable giving is $111 billion a year.
A Q&A with a veteran building cleaner on what’s at stake for her workplace, her union, and her city’s working class.
It’s pretty hard to figure out donor-advised funds’ MOs. Our new analysis discerns sponsor priorities from their public websites.